Recent Examples of unplanned from the Web
As inspiring as the image is, the ad was totally unplanned.
Guest Columnist and former Congresswoman Deborah Pryce is a senior public policy advisor at Ice Miller LLP and is a member of the Board of Directors at Power to Decide, the campaign to prevent unplanned pregnancy.
The canvas is mottled with small holes where the curious have torn parts of it away to look upon an historical attraction unplanned by the people who design imitation history and the face of an artificial Sphinx.
The utility has reported 40 unplanned outages since May 2015.
The other rebel stronghold under assault is the cluster of working-class Damascus suburbs known as Eastern Ghouta, a jumble of unplanned concrete apartment houses and farms that has been cut off for years by a government siege.
While some early scientists couldn’t pin down why these unplanned physical traits appeared, others had an idea: neural crest cells.
Six men and three teenage boys were removed from the ship at an unplanned stop at Twofold Bay in Eden, New South Wales.
That’s huge, because gaps in birth-control access can lead to unplanned pregnancies.
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